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BTEC First Health and Social Care Level 2 Assessment Guide:

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Certificates are awarded in addition to the graduate degree earned at Luskin. Department of Health and Human Services (2009), national enrollment in TANF dropped from almost five million in 1997 to less than two million in 2006. Marx 2004, too, offers a very broad historical view that provides context for exploring the American preference for private social welfare and the effective “partnership” that has emerged. Welfare recipients now face time limits on eligibility for cash assistance, requirements that they must engage in work or work activities, and incentives and supports to encourage them to find employment.

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